This story begins as a typical sunny afternoon that took a turn for the worse when the O’Brien O-lympics trophy went missing and this photo appeared in its place.
To solve the case, you need to know the story...
In traditional O’Brien fashion, the annual pool party was a hit. An afternoon filled with laughs, games, drinks and lounging by the pool. Our competitive nature came out when this year’s O’Brien O-lympics offered up a trophy and bragging rights to its winners. Teams were divided by departments and the Brains versus Brawns competitions began. With everyone’s game faces on, the O-lympics started out as a fun, light-hearted competition. But as the day progressed, the competition became fiercer.
After the competitions were complete and scores were totaled, one team rose to the top: the Account Service Team. With trophy in hand, Cassie & Caitlin claimed their victory.
When Monday came and we walked through the doors of O’Brien, there was the trophy, sitting on the front desk, taunting all that had played and lost. The draw of the OBA trophy became too much for some and a plot was devised to kidnap the trophy. One team member in particular took a special interest in the trophy when she walked in, claiming that she was the rightful owner of the trophy. It came as no surprise, that by end of day Monday, the trophy had gone missing.
The normally good-natured people of O’Brien had turned competitive and one of these teams managed to kidnap the trophy, and all the glory that came with it.
Put your detective skills to work and use the clues to decide who’s to blame.
Was it the media team in the library with the calculator?
Was it the studio team in the foyer with the exact-o knife?
Was it the administrative team in lounge O with the telephone?
Was it the creative team in the kitchen with the sharpened pencil?
Was it the wildcard team in the conference room with the stapler?
The account service team wants their trophy back in safe hands. The first person to solve the case of the missing trophy wins a $10 Starbucks card from O’Brien Advertising.
Sorry O’Brien employees, as this case hits too close to home, you cannot participate.